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John PARKER

John PARKER

Male [1754] - 1817-1823?

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  • Name John PARKER 
    Born [1754] 
    Gender Male 
    Death 12 Nov 1827?  Lubec, Washington, ME Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Death Bef 1823 ASSESS 
    Immigration 1783  William Perrine's Company: New York to Bay of Fundy Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • American Loyalists to New Brunswick: The Ship Passengers Lists
      David Bell
      Formac Publishing 2015 Halifax

      p 108
      Company #19: William Perrines
      Return of Loyalists Embarked on Board the Transport - for the Bay of Fundy
      Note: This is a list of persons who said that they would sail from New York in William Perrine's company, not necessarily those who did so.

      John Parker 1 man Farmer New Jersey recommended by William Perrine

      [William Perine granted land in Parr Town 1785. ECW: William Perrine Capt Co 19 NJ P1099 NY. Saint John Registry Books B2 241 power ot attorney to Anthony Egbert (NY Staten Island) r Richmond County, NY. William Perrine m? Susannah Craig b Bedminster, Somerset, NJ. Petitions: Nil. British Military: Nil]

      p 136
      Timothy Parker [details]

      p 147
      Company #45: John Ford
      "Return of Loyalists Enrolled in Capt John Fords Company actually embarked on Board the Transport Ship Mary - Robowatan mastr, bound for St Johns River in Nova Scotia" [4 October 1783]
      Jonathan Parker? 1 man 1 woman 3 children under 10 5 total "Recommended for Charity"

      p 186
      "Return of Loyalists called Anabaptists who humbly request to embark for the River St John Nova Scotia in the same Transport appointed to convey the company of Loyalists called Quakers" [29 August 1783]
      Note: This list is reliable in terms of those who sailed from New York to St John Harbour, although most passengers then sailed onward to Beaver Harbour/

      Elisha Parker 1 man 1 woman [no occupation given] Jersey Caleb Barret
      Benjamin Parker 1 man 1 woman 3 children over 10 2 children under 10 Farmer Jersey Wm Curless?
      John Parker 1 man Farmer Jersey Wm Curless?
      Samuel Parker 1 man Farmer Jersey Wm Curless?
      Jno Parker 1 man Farmer Jersey Wm Curless?

      p 187
      Quaker and Baptist "Loyalist & Refugees" victualled on board the Royal Navy ship Camel late August - late September 1783

      Adult Males: Elisha Parker, Benjn Parker, John Parker, Samuel Parker, Jonathn Parker, Robert Parks
      Adult Females: Jane Parker, Rachel Parker,
      Children 10+: Anna Parker, Richard Parker
      Children -10: Thomas Parker, Elizabeth Parker, Mary Parker, Ephraim Parker, Joseph Parker, Nathl Parker,

      p 190
      ...rations issued to Provincial soldiers and their dependants were accounted for on a different sort of record.

      p 241
      Victualing Civilian Loyalists at Saint John 1783-1784
      [Original documents at War Office and Treasury records at National Archives UK WO 60 Volume 33 T 1 Volume 609]
      Timothy Parker [details]
      Jonathan Parker Farmer Unit 45 Ship Mary family 1 man 1 woman 3 children under 10 Family May 1784 same Family June 1784 same

      [Other Parkers not on this list, suggesting they were soldiers.]
    Military 1777-1783 
    [Prince of Wales Regiment] 
    • Land grant in St Stephn with Capt Daniel Lyman's company, with the PWAR. There do not appear to be any Parkers, let alone John Parkers, on any of Capt Lyman's muster rolls.

      Granted land and lived in Block 6. This does not appear to be the same Block 6 as described by Esther Clark Wright. The Block 6 she described was in Canterbury, York (Carleton). This Block 6 is in St Mary's, the Nashwaak River running through the center of it. 11 of the 40 in the Grant appear to be from the PWAR, others from the New Jersey Volunteers or DeLancey's, or cannot be determined. ECW seems to think that John Parker was of the PWAR, but I can't find anything stating that explicitly.

      ECW: p 180
      Block 6, Canterbury, King's American Regiment, grant to Tristman Hillman and 62 others 17 August 1787
    Grant 19 Jan 1785  Nashwaak River, York, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Grant 14 Jan 1788  Queensbury, York, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 29 Jul 1789  "Block 6", Nashwaak River, St Mary's, York, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Petition 24 Jun 1791  for land near Presque Isle Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • https://archives.gnb.ca/Search/RS108/Details.aspx?culture=en-CA&Key=48732
      Index to Land Petitions: Original Series, 1783-1918 (RS108)
      Name PARKER, DAVID [ECW: KAR York]
      Year 1791
      County Carleton
      Microfilm F1037
      See petition of HUFF, HENRY
      7 other Petitioner(s) were on this Petition
      BARRY, JOHN [ECW: Queen's Rangers Miramichi]
      BROWN, WILLIAM [ECW: (4) 2NJV Block 2 Gr Lake; 3NJV Burton Carleton; 1DeL Bl 8 Carleton; Kennebacasis]
      HUFF, HENRY [ECW: 3NJV York Carleon]
      PARKER, JOHN [ECW: PWAR Nash]
      TEDD, DANIEL [ECW: Carman Woodstock]
      THOMPSON, CHARLES [ECW: dr 2 NJV Bl 2]
      WHITE, WILLIAM [ECW: (2) 1NJV P570 Gr L; armed boatman P665 Keswick, York]

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/78954?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Land petitions, 1783-1857
      Authors: New Brunswick. Crown Land Office
      1790 Betson, Thomas - 1791 Murphey, William
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      1288459
      8130841
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008130841?cat=78954
      [754/833]
      To His Excellency Thomas Carleton Lieutenant Governor of the Province of New Brunswick &c &c

      Your most humble Petitioners Henery Huff, William Brown, John Burry, Daniel Tedd, John Parker, David Parker & Son, Capassiated to work, William White, Charles Thompson, Most humbly sheweth that your most humble abovementioned Memorialists would be glad to Embrace the Opportunity of having the grant of some Vacant Land to the Eastward of the Presque Isle bearing upwards from Frederiton, whih of your Excellency will be pleas'd to grant to Your most humble Memorialists, they will give in their different Charactors places of abode &c if Your Excellency Requires it and
      Your Most humble Petitioners will be in Duty bound and for ever Pray

      Henry Huff and others ask land to the eastward of Presqueisle
      Relinquished
      The Memorialist Huff formerly applied for No 22 Block No 7 & was ordered to take possessn if the land was vacant

      24th June 1791
    Residence 2 Jun 1792  St Mary's, York, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Petition 5 Dec 1793  for land near Presque Isle Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • https://archives.gnb.ca/Search/RS108/Details.aspx?culture=en-CA&Key=48733
      Index to Land Petitions: Original Series, 1783-1918 (RS108)
      Name PARKER, DAVID
      Year 1793
      County York

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/78954?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Land petitions, 1783-1857
      Authors: New Brunswick. Crown Land Office
      Microfilm F1039
      1793 Lee, Samuel - 1796 Knox, John
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      1288461
      8191398
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008191398?cat=78954
      [49/834]
      To his Excellency Brigadier General Thomas Carleton Commanding his Majestys Forces in the Province of New Brunswick &c &c &c

      The humble Memorial of David Parker, John Parker, Robert Cram [ECW: Miramichi] and David Parker Junior

      Sheweth

      That your Memorialists Sensible of the Blessing they Enjoy under a Government Where the Subject Received Encouragement And the best of Protection Animated by those Reasons Leads your Memorialists Anxiously to wish to Settled in the Province of New Brunswick under Which government the Subect Enjoys the Pursuits of Grace, and the best of Security-

      The above mentioned Considerations Leads your Memorialits, humbly to beg Leave to Solicity his Excellency to grant them farms of two hundred acres each on the northeast Bank of the River Saint John opposite Bequequemis on the Island within about Eight Miles of the Priesquel Garrison in the Parish of Northampton near Eighty miles up the aforesaid River in consideration of the Extensive Distance up the River above and Present Settlement, and the Lands not being well Calculated for Meadow, imboldens your Memorialists Reverently to Pray his Excellency To Grant them Bequequensworth Island in Addistion to their farms.

      And your Memorialists as in Duty Bound Shall Ever Pray

      Saint Marys Parish
      5th December 1793

      David Parker and others ask land near Presqueisle
      David Parker
      John Parker
      Robt Cram
      David Parker Junr
      relinquished

      6th Decembr 1793
    Residence 5 Dec 1793  St Mary's, York, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 10 Jan 1795  St Mary's, York, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 5 Mar 1797  [Grand Lake] Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • https://motty.lib.unb.ca/
      Maryanne Grey Otty Database

      On this site you will find transcribed Anglican Church records from the Gagetown, New Brunswick area. The original nine record books were kept by a series of travelling ministers and covered the years 1786 to 1841, containing lists of marriages, baptisms, and deaths. The records centre geographically on Gagetown, Queen?s County and particularly focus on the New Brunswick communities of Fredericton, Saint Marys, Lincoln, Grand Lake, Waterborough, Long Island, Wickham, Hampstead, Maugherville, Petersville, Sheffield, Kingston, Springfield, Greenwich, and Saint John. The communities are mainly located in King?s, Sunbury, and York Counties of New Brunswick, but entries as far flung as Nova Scotia, Ontario, Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New York are included.

      March 5, 1797 Parker Hariot Dau Baptism Grand Lake Jonathan & Hannah
    Residence 29 Dec 1798  York, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Occupation 1805 
    Blacksmith 
    Residence 1805  Campobello, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • https://archives.gnb.ca/Search/MC3706/Details.aspx?culture=en-CA&abstract=7761§ion=NameIndex
      Wallace Hale's Early New Brunswick Probate, 1785-1835
      Reference 7761
      Family Name COZENS
      Given Names Nathaniel
      Was there a Will? No
      Was an inventory completed? Yes
      Date of inventory 1806-03-13
      Date administration granted 1805-05-25
      County Charlotte
      Parish Campobello
      Probate is for a woman? No
      Abstract references a vessel? Yes
      Abstract Parish of Campobello, Charlotte County, Shipwright. Intestate. Administration granted 25 May 1805 to the widow Margaret COZENS and David OWEN Esq. Fellow bondsmen Joseph CASWELL, yeoman, and John PARKER, blacksmith, all of Campobello. Inventory, dated 13 March 1806, valued at ?747 by Thomas KENDRICKS and William MICHELL included one-third part (valued at ?300) of the schooner "George" with James MARTIN and Oliver DAVIDSON, sold 4 April 1805 to Israel ANDREWS and Colin CAMPBELL.
      RS number 0
    • https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nbcampob/misvitals.htm
      The Newspaper Eastern Argus issue of 2 August, 1804 says the following:
      Died In Campobello Island N. Brunswick Mr. Nathaniel Cousins, shipwright, formerly of Kennebunk.
      (Margaret wrote: This is , I believe, the son of Major Nathaniel Cousins of Wells/Kennebunk Maine. He has dropped off the radar screen after the 1799. Married to Olive McKussick on Wells VR. I would be very interested if there were any children and also if Olive remarried If anyone can provide more information, please contact me.

      * * *
      Boston Weekly Magazine - Volume 2 - Page 159 -
      DIED, - At Campobello Island, Province of New-Brunswick, Mr. Nathaniel Cousins, shipwrisht, formerly of Kennebunk, Maine
      * * *
      The Maine Historical Magazine
      Publication date 1890
      Nathaniel Cousins settled at Morse's Cove? Penobscot, 1765. Several years after, he moved across the river to Fort Point where he built a grist mill which was propelled by wind. The British burned his mill in 1780. Belfast Journal.
    Residence 4 May 1805  Campobello, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Campobello Leases
    Petition 21 Jan 1810  for land on Beaver Harbour Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence 21 Jan 1810  Campobello, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Military 1811 
    Campobello, Charlotte, NB 
    • Campobello Militia List 1811
      [Originally on Campobello Rootsweb Page.]
      http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbcampob/camp9d.htm
      1811 Campobello Militia
      Please note this item was initially transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson, C.G.(Canada) and published in "Generations" (Summer, 1992, Issue 52, page 39). The original document may be found at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick RG 1 RS5 59, New Brunswick. Dated July 16 1811.


      ...
      37 John Parker 57 [1754]
      38 John Parker Jr. 24 [1787]
      ...
      42 James Manning [Parker] 17 [1794]
      43 Jonathan Parker 47 [1764]
      44 Benjamin Parker 24 [1787]
      45 Thomas Parker 18 [1793]
      46 Richard Parker 38 [1773]
      47 William Parker 17 [1794]
      ...

      Charlotte County
      Campo Bello March 10 1827
      I the undersigned do hereby certify that the preceding writing is a true copy of the List of Men and Officers in the Campo Bello Company of Militia, under my command by a commission dated 1 Nov. 1795, which lay dormant of necessity, when the last American war commenced, in order to institute a Command under the ? with the Inhabitants of the next district of the Enemy, approved by His Majesty's Ministers and the Commander in Chief of the Forces in this Quarter which Commission was not by me surrendered.

      David Owen
    Occupation 1 Nov 1817 
    Blacksmith 
    Residence NJ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Bell
    Military [Guides and Pioneers] 
    • Land granted in Queensbury with Guides and Pioneers
    Died 1817-1823? 
    Person ID I54827  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 24 Jan 2020 

    Father Campobello PARKER 
    Family ID F18213  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Elizabeth,   d. Bef 1792 
    Married 1783?  Saint John? Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. James PARKER,   b. [BEFORE 1786],   d. 13 Oct 1828, Grand Manan, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. John R PARKER,   b. [1787],   d. Bef 1861 CENSUS?
     3. Stephen PARKER,   b. Bef 1799,   d. BY 1827  (Age > 28 years)
     4. Robert PARKER,   b. Bef 1809,   d. [1829]
    Family ID F17244  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Nancy 
    Married BY 1792 
    Children 
     1. Harriet PARKER
    Family ID F17245  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • York County Registry Books -1849: Exctacted below
      Charlotte County Probate: Nil
      Early NB Probate: Nil
      NB Probate Index Charlotte, Kings, Queens, Sundbury, Saint John York counties: Checked at LDS. Nil
      Ontario Petitions: Nil
      Washington County Registry Books: John Parker r Boston deeds in Volume 1 and 3
      Washington County Probate: Nil
      Eastport Sentinel: Nil
      Johnson's Vitals: Nil

      "John Sighteas Parker" grantee of Passamaquoddy: see Charles Seitensberger

      Is he the Jonathan Parker who petitioned for land in Schoodic in 1785? He petitioned with Tristram Hillman gr Block 6 King's American Regiment, William Mills 2NJV, Joseph Garnett gr Nashwaak.

      Grants:
      1784 St Andrews Town Lots and St Stephen Farm Lot. See Charles Parker
      1785 Conway, Carleton, Saint John 10 acres: Jonathan Parker
      1785 Carleton, Saint John 1.19 acres: Jonathan Parker
      1785 Nashwaak River, York: John Parker
      1785 Passamaquoddy, St Stephen: John Lydens Parker
      1786 Long Reach River, Saint John: Jonathan Parker
      1788 Queensbury, York: John Parker
      1809 Sussex, Kings: Jonathan Parker

      Evidence for Children
      James:
      John R: Militia list 1811. Listed in sequence with John Parker, and called John Parker Jr.
      Stephen:
      Robert: Probate record calls John brother
      Harriet: baptism
    • John Parker Petitions in New Brunswick - 1820

      1790. York. See petition of Peter Langley. Refers to grant to John Parker and others in Queensbury.
      1791. Carleton. See petition of Henry Huff. [754/833] Land in Carleton opposite Presque Isle.
      1791. York. See petition of Abraham Close. [565/833] Refers to grant to John Parker and others in Queensbury.
      1792. York. See petition of Hugh McDonald. [521/831] Refers to grant to John Parker and others in Queensbury.
      1793. Carleton. See petition of David Parker. [49/834] David Parker, John Parker, Robert Cram, David Parker Jr for land in Carleton opposite Presque Isle
      1793. York. See petition of Deolph Brewer. [685/831] Refers to grant to John Parker and others in Queensbury.
      1798. Queens. See petition of Joseph Mazerall. Refers to grant to John Parker and others in Queensbury.
      1800. York. See petition of Francois Louis. [601/829] Refers to grant to John Parker and others in Queensbury.
      1802. York. See petition of Solomon Parent. [630/823] Refers to grant to John Parker and others in Queensbury.
      1810. Charlotte. See petition of Jeremiah Dunn. Residents of Campobello for land at Beaver Harbour.

      Index to Land Petitions: Original Series, 1783-1918 (RS108)
      Name PARKER, JOHN
      Year 1790
      County York
      Microfilm F1037
      See petition of LANGLEY, PETER
      2 other Petitioner(s) were on this Petition
      LANGLEY, PETER
      PARKER, JOHN
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/78954?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Land petitions, 1783-1857
      Authors: New Brunswick. Crown Land Office
      1790 Betson, Thomas - 1791 Murphey, William
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      1288459
      8130841
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008130841?cat=78954
      [226/833]
      Peter Langley r Long Reach
      father is a refugee from New York
      resided here 6 years
      eldest of 7 children
      ae 20
      ask for Lot 10 Block 3 grant to John Parker and others Queensbury

      Index to Land Petitions: Original Series, 1783-1918 (RS108)
      Name PARKER, JOHN
      Year 1798
      County Queens
      Microfilm F1040
      See petition of MAZERAL, JOSEPH
      1 other Petitioner(s) were on this Petition
      MAZERAL, JOSEPH
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/78954?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Land petitions, 1783-1857
      Authors: New Brunswick. Crown Land Office
      1796 Leonard, George Jr. - 1798 Raymond, Samuel
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      1288462
      8191399
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008191399?cat=78954
      [750/829]
      Joseph Lewis Musirall r Upper French Villey for 20 years past
      asks for access to the river
      Fredericton
      8 July 1797
      [Refers to grant to John Parker and others in Queensbury.]
    • Block 6 Nashwaak River

      r on the lot. Sold out 1789 John m Elizabeth r St Mary's

      [ECW p 180: Block 6, Canterbury, King's America Regiment granted to Tristram Hillman and 62 others 17 August 1787. This is not the same Block. William Kennedy to Matthew Rand Volume 2 Page 75 also calls it Block 6.]

      [ECW: Daniel Lyman CT Capt PWAR Fredericton England]

      https://novascotia.ca/archives/landpapers/archives.asp?ID=364&Doc=warrant&Page=201101804
      Nova Scotia Land Papers 1765-1800
      Lyman, Daniel and others
      Year: 1784
      Place: New Brunswick

      Return of the men of Captain Lyman's company, whose Lands have been surveyed on the Nashwaak Creek
      ...
      John Parker 150 [acres]
      ...
      28 May 1784

      See also:
      http://www.royalprovincial.com/genealogy/settle/lndpwar1.shtml
      Post War Settlement Surveyed Land on Nachwock Creek, Nova Scotia

      Index to New Brunswick Land Grants, 1784 - 1997 (RS686)
      Name PARKER, John
      Volume NS-1
      Page 36
      Grant number 10
      Place Nashwaak River
      County Sunbury
      Date 1785-01-19
      Accompanying plan No
      Acres 150
      Microfilm F16300
      Comment Re-registered NS Grant of 1784/10/05
      Other names on this grant (39) [Including Major Daniel Lyman]
      ADAMS, John 200 acres [KAR, 2NJV, PWAR]
      ALIAS, John 200 acres [Allen? Hackensack NJ]
      ALIAS, Thomas 200 acres [Allen? s Thomas 3NJV]
      BARNETT, William 100 acres
      BARTON, Roger 550 acres [Eng NYV]
      BISHOP, Joseph 200 acres
      CAMPBELL, Collin 550 acres [1 Delancey?]
      CAMPBELL, Dugald 550 acres [KAR?]
      CASEY, William 100 acres
      COFFMAN, John 150 acres [3NJV]
      COOPER, Roger 300 acres [PWAR]
      DUNBAR, George 1000 acres [1 DeLancey]
      FINCH, Titus 150 acres [PWAR]
      FRENCH, James 1000 acres [1 DeLancey, 2 DeLancey]
      FRENCH, William 550 acres [1 DeLancey]
      GREEN, Patrick 100 acres
      HATCH, Hawes 800 acres [PWAR]
      HILCOX, Reuben 150 acres
      HOWARD, William 100 acres
      HOYT, Monson 550 acres [PWAR]
      HUDDLESTONE, Annanias 100 acres
      IRELAND, Richard 150 acres
      JACKSON, Harry 550 acres [2 DeLancey]
      KENNEDY, William 100 acres [PWAR, GP]
      KIRK, John 100 acres [PWAR]
      KNOX, William 100 acres
      LILLERY, James 100 acres
      LYMAN, Daniel * 1000 acres [PWAR]
      MAXWELL, Andrew 800 acres [PWAR]
      MCLEAN, Archibald 800 acres [NYV]
      MILLS, William 200 acres [2NJV]
      PECK, Oliver 550 acres [PWAR]
      POTTER, Isaac 100 acres
      POTTER, Leven 200 acres
      ROGERS, Nehemiah 550 acres [1 DeLancey]
      SPENCER, George 100 acres
      TREVOR, Francis 100 acres
      TURNER, William 100 acres [QR, 2NJV]
      TYLER, William 200 acres [KR, PWAR]

      Volume 1 Page 247
      [247/564]
      29 July 1789
      No 191
      John Parker St Mary's yeoman and wife Elizabeth
      John McNeil St Mary's
      20 pounds
      all that certain Tract piece or parcel of land situate lying and being on the River Nashwaack whereon the said John Parker lately lived and improved containing One hundred and fifty Acres of land more or less being in Block No 6 bounded on the upper side by lands of William Kennedy and on the lower by lands of Reuben Haycock and is particularly described in the Grant made to Daniel Lyman & others under the Great Seal of the Province of Nova Scotia reference being thereto had will fully appear...
      John Parker
      Elizabeth Parker [Her mark]
      Wit: Jesse Hicks, Parrl Clopper
    • Lot 3 Keswick River, Queensbury [Bright]. Guides and Pioneers

      South and west of the Keswick River.

      Sold out 1792 John m Nancy r St Mary's

      1869: Bright was set off from Queensbury and Douglas.

      [ECW calls him Parkes, and Ensign with the Guides and Pioneers. The disposal deed clearly calls him Parker.]

      [ECW p 180: Block 3 Lower Queensbury Guide and Pioneers grant to John Parker and 63 others 9 November 1787]

      Index to New Brunswick Land Grants, 1784 - 1997 (RS686)
      Name PARKER, John
      Volume B
      Page 173
      Grant number 125
      Place Queensbury Parish
      County York
      Date 1788-01-14
      Accompanying plan No
      Acres 234
      Microfilm F16302
      Comment With Others/Guides & Pioneers
      Other names on this grant (63)
      BACKSTADER, Ignatius 228 acres
      BENEDICT, Eli 515 acres [GP]
      BIDDLE, John 200 acres [GP]
      BROWN, Ebenezer 755 acres
      BROWN, Jonathan 480 acres [GP, 3NJV]
      BROWN, Sylvanus 200 acres [s Ebenezer]
      BURNS, Daniel 226 acres [GP]
      BURROWS, James 173 acres
      CALAHAN, James 210 acres [GP]
      CLOSE, Abraham 475 acres [GP]
      CRAWFORD, Samuel 171 acres [KAR]
      DICKENSON, Amos 202 acres
      DICKENSON, Arden 208 acres
      DICKENSON, Darius 205 acres
      DIXON, Andrew 210 acres [GP]
      EARLE, Charles 500 acres [1NJV]
      EVANS, John 470 acres [GP]
      FINN, Dominick 220 acres [GP]
      FISHER, John 200 acres [PWAR]
      GILBERT, Josiah 203 acres [KAR]
      GRANT, Samuel 470 acres [GP]
      GRAY, Alexander 195 acres [1NJV]
      GREEN, Henry 200 acres [GP]
      GUNTER, Charles 404 acres
      HART, Joseph 209 acres [GP]
      HUSBAND, Andrew 500 acres [GP]
      INGRAM, Abijah 206 acres [KAR]
      INGRAM, Benjamin 195 acres [KAR]
      KENDAL, Solomon 209 acres [GP]
      KNOP, Michael 208 acres [PWAR]
      LAWRENCE, John 490 acres [1NJV]
      LAWRENCE, Johnathan 173 acres [GP]
      LAWRENCE, Thomas 173 acres
      LEECH, Isaac 212 acres [GP]
      LEECH, James 400 acres
      LINT, Abraham 204 acres [GP]
      LINT, John 200 acres [GP]
      MANNING, William 470 acres [GP]
      MCDONALD, John 177 acres [GP, QR, 2NJV]
      MCEWEN, John 218 acres [1NJV]
      MCFARLAND, John 383 acres [GP, KAR]
      MCMICHAEL, William Augustus 473 acres [Pennsylvania Loyalists]
      MESSICK, Nathan 200 acres [GP]
      MORRIS, Amos 200 acres [GP]
      NICHOLSON, Arthur 378 acres [KAD]
      PARSONS, Levi 200 acres [GP]
      ROGERS, Mary (widow) 232 acres [wid Bartholomew]
      RYER, Edward 200 acres [GP]
      RYER, Michael 200 acres [GP]
      SHEPARD, Samuel 175 acres [KAD]
      SICKLES, Zachariah 224 acres
      SISSEL, James 215 acres [Sisson NYV]
      STAPLES, Francis 241 acres
      STAPLES, Henry 237 acres
      STAPLES, Thomas 240 acres
      STUART, Malcolm 192 acres [1NJV]
      TAYLOR, John 400 acres [GP, QR, KAR, Pennsylvania Loyalists]
      VAN HORSTEN, Hendrick 225 acres [GP]
      WALL, Patrick 165 acres [GP]
      WILLIAMS, Gilbert 246 acres [GP]
      WILLIAMS, John 176 acres [GP]
      WILLIAMS, Jonathan 193 acres [GP]
      WILSON, Samuel Richard 592 acres

      Volume 1 Page 385
      No 339
      [385/564]
      2 June 1792
      John Parker St Mary's and wife Nancey
      Solomon Fairley York County
      8 15 -
      land in "Queensburgh"
      Lot 3 granted to the late Guides and Pioneers
      200 acres described
      John Parker
      Nancy Parker [Her mark]
      Wit: Mathew Steele, Samuel Whitehead
    • York County Registry Books

      Sold out 1798 John m Ann r York

      Volume 1 Page 382
      No 334
      [182/564]
      2 June 1792
      John Parker St Mary's and wife Nancy
      Israel Estey York County
      7 10 -
      land in St Mary's Lot 33 Block granted to the late New York Volunteers [granted to John Noble]
      described
      200 acres
      John Parker
      Nancy Parker [Her mark]
      Wit: Mathw Steele, James Whitehead

      Volume 1 Page 440
      No 396
      [440/564]
      10 January 1795
      Beverley Robinson St Mary's and wife Anne Dorethea
      John Parker St Mary's
      40 pounds
      land in St Mary's
      Lot 25 & Lot 26 [both granted to Beverly Robinson]
      200 acres [described]
      Bev Robinson
      Anna D Robinson
      Wit: Mary Halloway, Xenophor Jouett

      Volume 5c Page 57
      [232/333]
      No 22
      10 January 1795
      John Parker St Mary's and wife Anne
      Beverley Robinson St Mary's
      mortgage
      Lot 25 Lot 26
      200 acres
      John Parker
      Ann Parker
      Wit: Xen Jouett, Parrl Clopper

      Volume 2 Page 69
      [72/465]
      No 604
      John Parker York County and wife Ann
      Xenophon Jowett York County Esq
      40 pounds
      land in St Mary's
      Lot 25 & Lot 26 granted to Daniel Fukes and others
      200 acres
      29 December 1798
      John Parker
      Ann Parker
      Wit: S Agnew, William Stanfords
    • These are not likely him.

      John Parker
      New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956
      Name: John Parker
      Event Type: Marriage
      Event Date: 12 Oct 1786
      Event Place: Burlington, New Jersey
      New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956
      Document Information:
      Page 11
      GS Film number 441466
      Digital Folder Number 004541215
      Image Number 00013
      Citing this Record
      "New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VW5N-FQK : 12 December 2014), John Parker and MM9.1.1/VW5N-FQ2:, 12 Oct 1786; citing Burlington, New Jersey, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton; FHL microfilm 441,466.

      John Parker
      New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956
      Name: John Parker
      Event Type: Marriage
      Event Date: 21 Feb 1789
      Event Place: Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
      Spouse's Name: Ann Lawrence
      New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956
      Document Information:
      Page 431
      GS Film number 802940
      Digital Folder Number 004836073
      Image Number 00672
      Citing this Record
      "New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VKMZ-Z29 : 17 October 2017), John Parker and Ann Lawrence, 21 Feb 1789; citing Monmouth, New Jersey, United States, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton; FHL microfilm 802,940.
      [s? James Parker m Gertrude]
    • Charlotte County Registry Books first index -1838

      Volume C Page 318
      [323/560]
      No 227
      4 May 1804
      David Owen Esq Campobello
      John Parker Campobello
      for and in consideration of the several agreements, promises, covenants, & conditions herein contained
      lot situated on Harbor de Lute, Campobello
      Situate on Harbor de Lute on Campobello
      bounded by the shore said Harbor at high water marker
      the rear line of the fron lots granted to Mears and others
      and a line to be drawn from a certain tree in the saide line to be marked (P) to a certain tree in the aforesaid Harbor in the Creek to the northward of the Lobster ledge to be marked (P)
      40 years
      David Owen
      John Parker
      Wit: Alexander McKay

      Volume F Page 30
      [33/543]
      No 22
      Joshua Edwards Freeman trader West Isles
      John Parker blacksmith Campobello
      100 pounds
      land at Clam Cove west end of Deer Island described
      1 November 1817
      J E Freeman
      Wit: C Hatheway, Gilman Lamphrey
    • Title: British Military and Naval Records (RG 8, C Series) - INDEX ONLY

      https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/mass-digitized-archives/british-military-naval-records-index/Pages/british-military-naval-records-index.aspx

      Parit, Nicholas - Pensioners, Chelsea 54 C-11843
      https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/mass-digitized-archives/british-military-naval-records-index/Pages/item.aspx?PageID=721181

      [249/6354] [Numerous John Parkers. Extracted interesting ones]
      [251/6354]
      John Parker
      Prince of Wales American Regiment 1777-1783
      C.1895 pages 3 11 12 26 29 36 39 49 58 66
      c.1896 pages 4 18 28 33 44
      c.1897 pages 6 13 25 35 45

      [253/]
      John Parker
      Private in the 4th Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers
      28 April 1781
      C.1859 page 44

      [254/]
      John Parker
      Private in 3rd Battlion of New Jersey Volunteers
      14 October 1781
      c.1859 page 61

      [255/]
      John Parker
      Private 3rd Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers
      27 November 1781
      c.1856 page 78
    • Petition 1810

      https://archives.gnb.ca/Search/RS108/Details.aspx?culture=en-CA&Key=48805
      Index to Land Petitions: Original Series, 1783-1918 (RS108)
      Name PARKER, JOHN
      Year 1810
      County Charlotte
      Microfilm F4173
      See petition of DUNN, JEREMIAH
      6 other Petitioner(s) were on this Petition
      CLERK, DANIEL
      DUNN, JEREMIAH
      MYERS, SAMUEL
      PARKER, JOHN
      PARKER, RICHARD
      PARKER, THOMAS

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/78954?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Land petitions, 1783-1857
      Authors: New Brunswick. Crown Land Office
      1809 Owen, David - 1810 McLaughlan, Joseph
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      1288469
      8191406
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008191406?cat=78954
      [469/843]

      To the Honorable Martin Hunter, Esquire, President of His Majesty's Council and Commander in Chief of the Province of New Brunswick &c in Council

      The Memorial of Jeremiah Dunn, Samuel Myers, Thomas Parker, John Parker Senr, John Parker Jur, Daniel Clerk and Richard Parker

      Humbly Sheweth

      That your Memorialists have resided on the Island of Campo Bello for a number of Years past as Tenants to David Owen, Esquire, that having large families and their Leases near expiring are desirous of forming a Settlement on unlocated Lands in the neighbourhood of the Beaver Harbor Grant. Your Memorialists, therefore, most humbly may that your Honor will be pleased to order that of the said unlocated lands a Grant may pass of 300 acres of Land to each of your Memorialists or such quantity as your in Your wisdom may think proper/

      And they as in duty bound will ever pray

      Jeremiah Dunn
      Samuel Myers [1776-1848 m Elizabeth Allen]
      Thomas Parker [Thomas Parker s Benjamin]
      John Parker Senr [John Parker s Jonathan]
      John Parker Junr [John Parker s John]
      Richard Parker [Richard Parker s Benjamin]
      Daniel Clerk

      31 Jany 1810

      The Lands are all Vacant in the Vicinity of the Beaver Harbor Grants Mr Dun recommends the applicants as industrious men and likely to become good setlers
      Geo Sproule

      Memorial
      Jeremiah Dunn & others
      16th Octr 1810
      2d Feb 1810
      pd 35/
    • https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/mass-digitized-archives/british-military-naval-records-index/Pages/british-military-naval-records-index.aspx
      British military and naval records (RG 8, C series) - Introduction and index
      Parit, Nicholas - Pensioners, Chelsea 54 C-11843
      https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/mass-digitized-archives/british-military-naval-records-index/Pages/item.aspx?PageID=721181
      [30/6453] John Park begins
      [65/] John Parke begins
      [509/] John Parkes begins
      [630/] John Parks begins
      None in GP
      No John Parkers in GP. Several John Parker in the Prince of Wales American Regiment

      [249/] John Parker Begins
    • John Parker Military

      1777-1783

      There are 3 John Parkers in the Prince of Wales Regiment. One on Captain Bowen's Company died in December 1777. Two more belonged to Captain Holden's and later Captain Holland's companies, then McNeil's Company. They were called "John Parker" and "John Parker Junr." We can guess they were father and son, but just may be older and younger. After March 1780, from February 1781, only "John Parker" appears on the muster roll. It's unclear if it was John Jr or John Sr.

      Title: British Military and Naval Records (RG 8, C Series) - INDEX ONLY

      https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/mass-digitized-archives/british-military-naval-records-index/Pages/british-military-naval-records-index.aspx

      Parit, Nicholas - Pensioners, Chelsea 54 C-11843
      https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/mass-digitized-archives/british-military-naval-records-index/Pages/item.aspx?PageID=721181


      [249/6354] [Numerous John Parkers. Extracted interesting ones]
      [251/6354]
      John Parker
      Prince of Wales American Regiment 1777-1783
      C.1895 pages 3 11 12 26 29 36 39 49 58 66 [Volume 1795 begins 549/] [John Parker d. John Parker Sr. John Parker Jr]
      c.1896 pages 4 18 28 33 44 [Volume 1896 begins 702/860]
      c.1897 pages 6 13 25 35 45 [Volume 1897 begins 813/860]

      554 3
      561 6
      573 11
      575 12
      608 26
      614 29
      624 36
      628 39
      639 49
      663 58
      687 66


      [253/]
      John Parker
      Private in the 4th Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers
      28 April 1781
      C.1859 page 44

      [254/]
      John Parker
      Private in 3rd Battlion of New Jersey Volunteers
      14 October 1781
      c.1859 page 61

      [255/]
      John Parker
      Private 3rd Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers
      27 November 1781
      c.1856 page 78

      * * *
      RECORDS

      John Parker in Captain Bowen's Company, Prince of Wales Royal American Regiment. d 29 December 1777

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008126644?cat=397529

      [554/860] Volume 1895 Page 3
      Muster Roll of Captn John Bowens Company in the PWA Volunteers Commanded By Brd Genll Browne Comp Near Kings Bridge December 27th 1777
      22 John Parker [Private] Sick in Camp

      [575/860] Volume 1895 Page 12
      Muster Roll of Capt Bowenes Company in the PWA Volunteers Commanded By Brd General Browe
      Camp Near Kings Bridge 11th November 1777
      27 [Private] John Parker

      [608/860] Volume 1895 Page 26
      Muster Roll of Captain Bowens Company In The P Ws American Regiment Commanded By Brig General Browne
      Camp Thongsbride? February
      ...
      John Parker [Private] died the 30 December

      [624/860] Volume 1895 Page 36
      Inspection Roll of Captn John Bowens Company of the Prince of Wales' American Volunteers Commanded By His Excellency Brg Genl Montford Browne Camp Near Kings Bridge February 5th 1778
      Died 29th Decr [1777] Corporal John Parker

      * * *
      John Parker Sr and Jr in Captain Holden's Company

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/397529?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      British military records, "C" series, 1757-1899, located at the National Archives of Canada
      Vol. 1894 - vol. 1897, p. 21 Loyalist muster rolls: Royal American Reformers, 1778 (v. 1894) Philadelphia Light Dragoons, 1778 (v. 1894) Nassau Blues, 1779 (v. 1894) Prince of Wales American Reg., 1777-1783 (v. 1894-1897) (NAC film no. C-4222)
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      1631547
      8126644
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008126644?cat=397529

      [573/860] Volume 1895 Page 11
      Muster Role of Capn James Holdens Company of the PWA Volunteers Commanded by Br Genl Browne Camp near Kingsbridge
      Novr 11 1777
      21 [Private] Jno Parker Senior Sick in Camp
      22 [Private] Jno Parker Junr On gd

      [561/860] Volume 1895 Page 6
      Muster Roll of Capn James Holdens Company of the P W A Volunteers Commanded by Bd Genl Browne Company Kingsbridge Decemr 30th 1777
      21 [Private] Jno Parker Senr
      22 [Private] Jno Parker Junr

      [628/860] Volume 1895 Page 39
      Inspection Roll of Capt Holdens Compy In the PW Vls Commanded By Bd Browne Camp Kingsbridge Feby 5th 78
      on Picqt [Private] John Parker
      [Private] John Parker

      [614/860] Volume 1895 Page 29
      Muster Roll of the Late Cpn Holdens Company in the Prince of Wales American Regiment Commanded By Brigadier General Browne
      Camp Kings Bridge Feby 26th 1778
      19 [Private] Jno Parker on Piquet
      20 [Private] Jno Parker

      [639/860] Volume 1895 Page 49
      Inspection Roll of Capt Hollands Company in the Prince of Wales's America Regiment Commanded by Br General Browne
      Lloyds Neck Novr 15th 1779
      ...
      [Private] John Parker
      [Private] John Parker Junr

      [663/860] Volume 1895 Page 58
      Muster Roll of Captn Holland's Company in the Prince of Wales's American Regiment Commanded by Br Genl Browne
      Lloyds Neck Novemr 15th 1779
      ...
      John Parker
      John Parker Junr

      [687/860] Volume 1895 page 66
      Muster Roll of Capt Holland's Company in the Prince of Wales's American Regiment Commanded by Br Genl Browne
      Lloyds Neck Decemr 25th 1779
      15 [Private] John Parker
      16 [Private] John Parker Junr

      [714/860] Volume 1896 page 4
      Muster Roll of Capt Holland's Company in the Prince of Wales American Regiment, Commanded by Br Genl Browne Flushing LI? March 9th 1780
      12 [Private] John Parker
      12 [Private] John Parker Junr At Lloyds Neck

      [749/860] Volume 1896 Page 18
      Muster Roll of Captain Hollands Company Prince of Wales's American Regiment from the 24th Feby to 24th April 1781 Inclusive 60 days [Charles Town 23rd February 1781]
      [6] [Private] Jno Parker

      [770/860] Volume 1896 Page 28
      Muster Roll of Captain Holland's Company in the Prince of Ws American Regiment from the 25th April to the 24th June 1781 Inclusive 61 days [Charles Town 24th April 1781]
      [6] [Private] Jno Parker

      [780/860] Volume 1896 Page 33
      Muster Roll of Captain Stephen Holland Company in the Prince of Wales's American Regiment from the 24th October to the 24th December 1781 Inclusive 61 days
      [7] [Private] Jno Parker [Beaufort the 24th October 1781]

      [803/860] Volume 1896 page 44
      Muster Roll of Captain Stephen Holland's Company of the Prince of Ws Am Regiment from 25th April to the 24 June 1781 Inclusive 61 Days [James's Island 24th April 1782]
      [8] [Private] John Parker

      [826/860] Volume 1897 page 6
      Muster Roll of Major Charles McNiels Company in the Prince of Wales's American Regiment Commanded by Brigr General browne from the 5th December 1782 to the 24th February 1783 [Derryse?'s near New Utrecht 5th March 1783
      7 [Private] John Parker

      [841/860] Volume 1897 Page 13
      Muster Roll of Major Charles McNielles Company in the Prince of Wales's American Regiment Commanded By Brigr General Browne from the 25th February 1783 to the 24th April 1783 [No location given]
      5 [Private] John Parker

      Vol. 1897, p. 22 - vol. 1901 Loyalist muster rolls: Prince of Wales Am. Reg., 1783 (v. 1897) King's Rangers, 1779-82 (v. 1898) South Carolina Rangers, 1780-81 (v. 1899) South Carolina Dragoons, 1781 (v. 1899) Provincial Light Infantry, 1781 (v. 1900) Roman Catholic Volunteers, 1777-78 (v. 1900) King's American Dragoons, 1782-83 (v. 1901) (NAC film no. C-4223)
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      1631548
      8126645
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008126645?cat=397529
      [18/809] Volume 1897 Page 25
      Muster Roll of Major McNeills Compy in the Prince of Wales American Regt From 25 April to 24 June 1783 Commanded by Brigr General Brown [No location given]
      5 [Private] John Parker

      [35/809] Volume 1897 Page 35
      Muster Roll of Major Charles McNiells Company Prince of Wales's American Regiment Commanded by Brigr Genlr Browne from the 25th June 24th August 1783 [No location given]
      5 [Private] John Parker Sick in Containment

      [52/809] Volume 1897 Page 45
      Muster Roll of Major McNiells Compy of the Prince of Wales's American Regiment from 25th Augt to 24th Octr 1783 [No location given]
      5 [Private] John Parker On Duty
    • https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nbcampob/land/lease1.htm
      Register Book of Land Leases
      The following information was received from the Maine State Archives on microfilmed records. The name of the film is "W.F.W. Owen 1774-1857 Register Book and Survey Book".
      If a * is located in the last column in the chart below, additional information contained in that entry will be located below in another chart below. Look for the same file number as the indicated entry.
      Over time there will be over 500 entries added to these pages. I am abbreviating some words to save time and typing... yrs=years, acres=acres of land. In some cases I have added comments in ( ) such as (no location given).

      COMMENT Page in Book File # Lease To... Location/Acres of Land Length of Time Dated
      Surrendered 3 20 Richard Parker no location given (See note below) . 30 June 1798
      Page in Book File # Lease To... Additional Comments Dated
      3 20 Richard Parker Assignment of a lease Richard Parker to Thomas Parker, of a lot of land leased by D. Owen 12 Nov. 1792 to sons/send ?(not sure of word) Richard and John Parker (last deceased) 30 June 1798 [Richard s Benjamin m Rachel, John s Benjamin m Rachel]

      4 28 Rachael Parker Release by Rachael Parker, widow of John Parker of her husbands interest in a lease dated 12 Nov 1792 to the proprietors of Campobello. . 14 April 1800
      Page in Book File # Lease To... Additional Comments Dated
      4 28 Rachael Parker (The lease dated 12 November 1792 does NOT appear in this register book)... {Heather's addition.} [Rachel wid Benjamin]

      Surrendered 6 43 John Parker lot of land on Harbor de Lute 40 years 4 May 1805
      Page in Book File # Lease To... Additional Comments Dated [John 54827]

      https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nbcampob/land/lease2.htm
      Register Book of Land Leases Page 2
      The following information was received from the Maine State Archives on microfilmed records. The name of the film is "W.F.W. Owen 1774-1857 Register Book and Survey Book".
      If a * is located in the last column in the chart below, additional information contained in that entry will be located below in another chart below. Look for the same file number as the indicated entry.
      Over time there will be over 500 entries added to these pages. I am abbreviating some words to save time and typing... yrs=years, acres=acres of land. In some cases I have added comments in ( ) such as (no location given).

      COMMENT Page in Book File # Lease To Location/Acres of Land Length of Time Dated
      Expired 9 61 Benj. & Thos. Parker Lease of Casco Bay Island to Benjamin and Thomas Parker 1 yr 29 March 1815 [Benjamin, Thomas ss Benjamin]
      Expired 9 63 Dunn, Miars, Parker Lease of a weir privilege to J Dunn, S Miars, R Parker, in Whale Boat Cove 2 yrs 1 April 1815 [Richard s Benjamin]
      Expired 9 65 Dunn, Miars, Parker Lease of a weir privilege to Jeremiah Dunn, Samuel Miars, and Richard Parker in front of Miars Lot 3 yrs 1 April 1815 [Richard s Benjamin]
      Expired 11 76 Benjamin Parker Lease of a house, store on Casco Bay Island 1 yr 30 April 1817 [Benjamin s Benjamin]
      Expired 13 99 James M. Parker Lease of house and 1/4 acre of land 7 yrs 20 April 1822 [James s Benjamin]


      https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nbcampob/land/lease3.htm
      Register Book of Land Leases Page 3
      The following information was received from the Maine State Archives on microfilmed records. The name of the film is "W.F.W. Owen 1774-1857 Register Book and Survey Book".
      If a * is located in the last column in the chart below, additional information contained in that entry will be located below in another chart below. Look for the same file number as the indicated entry.
      Over time there will be over 500 entries added to these pages. I am abbreviating some words to save time and typing... yrs=years, acres=acres of land. In some cases I have added comments in ( ) such as (no location given).

      COMMENT Page in Book File # Lease To Location/Acres of Land Length of Time Dated
      Expired 15 109 Jas. M. parker Lease of Dunn's Lot 7 yrs 14 April 1823 [James s Benjamin]

      Expired 14 107 Jonathan Bartlett Lease of Bartlett's store and wharf 7 yrs 31 Aug 1822

      Expired 16 124 John Dunovan Lease of lot of land on Tibbett's Beach, Head Harbour 7 yrs 9 June 1824

      Expired 18 139 Thomas Parker Junior Lease of a shore privilege on which to erect a Smoke House on Friar's Bay 7 yrs 29 Aug 1827 [Thomas s Richard]

      Expired 19 143 Thomas Parker Permission for occupation of orchard House (no location given) not given 22 July 1828 [Thomas s Benjamin]

      https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nbcampob/land/lease4.htm
      Register Book of Land Leases Page 4
      The following information was received from the Maine State Archives on microfilmed records. The name of the film is "W.F.W. Owen 1774-1857 Register Book and Survey Book".
      If a * is located in the last column in the chart below, additional information contained in that entry will be located below in another chart below. Look for the same file number as the indicated entry.
      Over time there will be over 500 entries added to these pages. I am abbreviating some words to save time and typing... yrs=years, acres=acres of land. In some cases I have added comments in ( ) such as (no location given).

      COMMENT Page in Book File # Lease To Location/Acres of Land Length of Time Dated
      Expired 20 152 Geo. Parker Lease of Casco Bay Island 7 yrs 25 March 1831 [George s Thomas m Ann Mears]
      Expired 20 156 J.M. Parker Lease of Tuckers Lot 7 Yrs 25 March 1831 [James s Benjamin]
      Expired 20 158 J. & G. Parker Lease of Head Harbour Island 7 Yrs 25 March 1831 [James s Benjamin & George s Thomas m Ann Mears]
      Expired 20 159 Samuel Parker Lease of Lyon's Lot 7 yrs 25 March 1831 [Samuel s Benjamin]
      Expired 21 160 B. Parker & Daniel Mitchell Lease of Holmes Lot 7 yrs 25 March 1831 [Benjamin s Thomas m Ann Mears]

      https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nbcampob/land/lease5.htm
      Register Book of Land Leases Page 5
      The following information was received from the Maine State Archives on microfilmed records. The name of the film is "W.F.W. Owen 1774-1857 Register Book and Survey Book".
      If a * is located in the last column in the chart below, additional information contained in that entry will be located below in another chart below. Look for the same file number as the indicated entry.
      Over time there will be over 500 entries added to these pages. I am abbreviating some words to save time and typing... yrs=years, acres=acres of land. In some cases I have added comments in ( ) such as (no location given).

      COMMENT Page in Book File # Lease To Location/Acres of Land Length of Time Dated
      Expired as to John Parker. Rent Book Page 105 23 9 Edward Snell Transfer of lease of Head Harbour Island from John Parker to Edward Snell, with continuation of same to said Ed. Snell for 7 yrs after 1 May 1838; dated 8 May 1837 7 yrs 8 May 1838
      Rent Book Page 60 28 39 Jas. Manning Parker Lease of a Pendicle on Church Hill, renewable 7 yrs 14 Sept 1838 [James s Benjamin]
      Rent Book Page 62 28 40 Nehemiah Mitchell & Benjamin Parker, jointly Lease of a Pendicle on Church Hill, renewable 7 yrs 14 Sept 1838 [Benjamin s Thomas m Ann Mears]

      Page in Book File # Lease To... Additional Comments Dated
      24 18 Confirmation and transfer of Pendicle and improvements there on at Rubble (made by JM Parker;) to Hubbard Mitchel, with bond of Hubbard and Joseph Mitchell for the price of the same to W.F.W. Owen 28 Oct 1837
    • Generations, The Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, Fall 2002
      Wilson?s Beach Cemetery, Campobello
      Transcribed By: Glenna Parker
      p 8
      PARKER, Samuel died May 18, 1857 ae. 53 y. [1804]
      PARKER, no inscriptions

      Is this a son of John?
    • Washington County Registry Books [Not him. Not all Extracted]

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/122803
      Deeds 1785-1903; index 1785-1895
      Authors: Washington County (Maine). Register of Deeds
      Deeds v. 1-2 1785-1800
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      12468
      8128722
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008128722?cat=122803
      [57/585]
      Volume 1 Page 93
      Stephen Smith, George Stillman traders Machias
      John Parker merchant Boston
      ...
      3 July 1787

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/122803
      Deeds 1785-1903; index 1785-1895
      Authors: Washington County (Maine). Register of Deeds
      Deeds v. 1-2 1785-1800
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      12468
      8128722
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008128722?cat=122803
      [59/585]
      Volume 1 Page 96
      James Avery Esqr Machias
      John Parker merchant Boston
      ...
      30 October 1787

      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/122803
      Deeds 1785-1903; index 1785-1895
      Authors: Washington County (Maine). Register of Deeds
      Deeds v. 3-4 1800-1804
      Family History Library
      United States & Canada Film
      12469
      8128723
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008128723?cat=122803
      [81/582]
      Volume 3 Page 134
      James Avery Esqr Machias
      John Parker merchant Boston
      ...
      3 July 1787